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View Claire Dinneen’s profile on LinkedIn,. My relevant experience comes from my masters thesis project and following internship in Davos,. PHD at WSL - SLF. Others named Claire Dinneen.
General Mission. The laboratory of cryospheric sciences investigates the processes that shape snow and ice in mountains and polar regions. In particular, snow cover processes, snow-atmosphere interactions and mountain hydrology are in the focus of current research.
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Application of system identification for the prediction of avalanche hazard. Author links open. The Swiss Federal Institute of Snow and Avalanche Research SLF in Davos delivered the. Sunriver, Oregon, pp. 412-418. Brabec, 8. (200 I). Computergestiitzte Regionale Lawinenprogllose. PhD Thesis, Swiss Fed. Inst. of Snow and Avalanche.
The SINFONIA project is a five-year initiative to deploy large-scale, integrated and scalable energy solutions in mid-sized European cities. At the heart of the initiative is a unique cooperation between the cities of Bolzano and Innsbruck, working hand in hand to achieve 40 to 50% primary energy savings and increase the share of renewables by 20% in two pioneer districts.
It is well known that the low kinetic friction experienced when sliding on snow and ice is due to water films generated through frictional heating. There is, however, uncertainty concerning the thickness and the distribution of these water films. Since direct observation of the water films is difficult, tribometer studies coupled with temperature measurements have been carried out on a large.